Yedda Hawthorn

Reaching maximum height after ten years the Yedda Hawthorn is a compact evergreen shrub, sometimes treated as a houseplant, with fragrant pink or white flowers and thick leathery leaves. Native to Japan the Yedda is generally problem free and even salt tolerant making it an easy to care for plant. It’s bark has been used historically to make dyes.

Yedda Hawthorn

Raphiolepsis umbellata

  • Light Exposure: Direct sunlight
  • Soil Type: General potting soil
  • Water: Once a month
  • Temperature: 10-24°C
  • Humidity: Low
  • Fertilizer: Once in April and July
  • Height: 5-6′
  • Width: 6-8′
  • Flowers: White, pink
  • Foliage Colour: Dark green
  • Pests and Disease: Trouble free

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